Water & Sewer
Water Conservation Information For Customers
Protecting Wisconsin’s precious water resources begins with you!
Water is vital to Wisconsin’s economy and identity. There are many reasons for Wisconsin residents to conserve water. These include saving money on water and sewer bills, reducing energy usage, and ensuring that our water supply is reliable and sustainable. By using water wisely, we can reduce the impact of our water use on the environment and ensure that future generations will have adequate water to meet their needs.
Everyone can do their part to conserve water. Here are some simple steps you can take at home or at work:
For more information about saving water around the home, including a home water use calculator, visit the Home Water Works website, sponsored by the Alliance for Water Efficiency.
Toilet Rebates and Other Incentives
You can save hundreds of gallons each year by replacing leaking or outdated toilets. Many Wisconsin water utilitiesoffer rebates or other incentives to customers who install WaterSense-labeled toilets, faucets, showerheads, and other products. Some utilities also offer low-cost or free rain barrels for their customers. Contact your local water utility and ask whether they have a water conservation program and whether you may be eligible to receive assistance.
How much water (and money) can YOU save?
Additional water saving tips and information:
Commercial, Industrial, and Institutional Facilities
Many organizations have developed resources to assist businesses and institutions in reducing their water use. Listed below are water conservation manuals, water audit procedures, and other resources for commercial, industrial, and institutional (CII) facilities.